Dave Levy, the talented director, author, and President of ASIFA-East, gave The Meth Minute 39 a great send-off, screening, and Q&A, the other night here in New York. He wrote about it kindly today on his blog, and we’ve got a few pictures from the screening here. We were all thrilled that so many of the cast and crew could make it over and see themselves on the big screen. Thanks Dave, thanks ASIFA-East, thanks everyone.
Archive for June, 2008
Avi Tuchman’s been our loyal intern and colleague for over two years now, working at whatever high or low task we’ve asked him to perform, and quite a few he came up with on his own too (that Ultra & the Lazer Hearts Bat Blaster! game rocked, yes?). His love of all things cartoons and web have completely captivated us, and we all put on a smile whenever he comes in to work. So when we got the call that his Mom and Dad wanted to throw him a surprise high school graduation/goodbye to NY party (he’ll be traveling abroad for year before starting college at SVA) we all enthusiastically agreed. 25 or 30 Frederator/NY and Next New Networks folk came around to an incredible catered lunch yesterday (I did say “incredible,” right?) and warmly wished Avi well on his new life’s journey.
I shouldn’t really say goodbye yet though. Avi will be interning with Eric Homan at Frederator/Hollywood for a few weeks in July, and he assures me he’ll be close enough to a computer during the year to work on some stuff for us if we want him to. Want him to?! We wouldn’t have him really say goodbye for the world.